PC Magazine: Windows XP Solutions

PC Magazine: Windows XP Solutions

by Neil Randall
     
 

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  • The practical, proven solutions Windows XP users have been looking for-from the source trusted by more than six million readers worldwide, PC Magazine
  • Written like the magazine's popular "Solutions" feature, the book helps experienced Windows users work faster and smarter by customizing the interface, circumventing annoying features, and fixing common

Overview

  • The practical, proven solutions Windows XP users have been looking for-from the source trusted by more than six million readers worldwide, PC Magazine
  • Written like the magazine's popular "Solutions" feature, the book helps experienced Windows users work faster and smarter by customizing the interface, circumventing annoying features, and fixing common glitches
  • Topics covered range from building a better Start Button and Task Bar, eliminating the new program notification on the Start menu, and cleaning up the Registry after an uninstall to safely removing old drivers, using the recover console after a crash, and dealing with DSL and other broadband connection problems
  • Well written and organized for easy reference, the book shows the sixty-seven million Windows XP users how to save time and frustration-and make their PCs work the way they want them to

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780764567735
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
04/12/2004
Series:
PC Magazine Series , #7
Pages:
480
Product dimensions:
7.42(w) x 9.24(h) x 1.07(d)

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Meet the Author

Neil Randall just might know more about Microsoft Windows than anyone else on the planet. He has faithfully tested each new version beginning with Windows 95 and shares his vast first-hand experience regularly with PC Magazine’s readers.

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